Most corner stores are synonymous with milk and bread, not samosas and home made curries.
For that reason alone, Bexhill general store is famous across the region.
Positioned at a major crossroad, on the busy Bangalow Road, it's practically everyone's favourite shop to pop into on the way to, or from Lismore, for work or other reasons.
And now, after six years at the helm, husband and wife owners Todd and Libby McInnes have put this iconic store on the market.
"It is just fantastic to be part of the community, of not only Bexhill, which is smaller, but the wider community on the Northern Rivers," Todd McInnes said.
"Pretty much anyone who drives along this road stops off at one time or another."
Mr McInnes said owning the Bexhill store was a job, as well as a lifestyle.
"We got to learn very quickly when we bought it, that it was more than just a job, you are part of people's lives," he said.
"You talk to them every day. You have a laugh with them, you have a cry with them, with everything that has happened over the last six months."
Having owned the store through the pandemic and two major floods, it must have placed added pressure on the store's owners as it was a beacon for the community.
"It has probably taken a lot out of us the last two years, like most people," Mr McInnes said.
"We are very aware that we are one of the lucky ones in that we are up out of the water high and dry and our business hasn't been effected to a large extent by all these upheavals that people have had over the last two years.
"It has been pretty full on for six years, there has been a lot of growth in the area, growth in the store, and there is going to be another big surge soon with the development of Bexhill Village.
"I couldn't see us with the energy to keep up with that for another six years and it just needs someone with that get up and go, to go with it."
The couple purchased the Bexhill store from the Singh family, Anne and George, six years ago and have added a coffee machine and a few other extras in that time.
But they have kept some traditions alive, which includes a good fruit and vegetable selection and the famous Indian takeaways.
"We have kept all the Indian food going," Mr McInnes said.
"I am not a chef, I am basically a cook, but the previous owners left me with the recipes and we have kept it all going.
"I have got Indian staff and Pakistani staff and local staff that come in and help me make everything and so the samosas still."
The couple hope to sell the business to "someone who loves the area".
"You gotta love it, you gotta love the area, you gotta love the people," Mr McInnes said.
"Someone who loves the place and puts some energy into it."
The Bexhill store is for sale though GNF Bangalow. Contact Chris Hayward for more details on 0416 005700.
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